I've had this headset sitting in my car for about a year, and now I'm trying to use it because of the hands free law, but I can't get it to work...I tried chargingit with my blackberry charger, and it lit up like it was charging, but won't do anythiing after I unplug it. I charged it for probably 8 hours. So I guess I just need to know if I can fix it or if it's broken for good.
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If tv is bluetooth capable, look under menus and pair with H700.
Phones if initially paired will simply need to have bluetooth 'active' (as by default it is usually off). - If not pair - you will need to go through menus under 'settings' to pair with the H700 (also at this point indicate that the H700 is 'trusted device').
Hi, Motorola H700 Bluetooth headset is a basic Blutooth headset that can be synced, or paired, with any Bluetooth-capable cell phone. Something unique about this phone is its retractable microphone, otherwise known as the headset's "boom." You can send and receive phone calls hands-free and wirelessly with your contacts using your H700 headset, in one touch of a button.
Press and hold the "Call" button on the headset for four to five seconds until the LED light glows purple.
Flip open the headset "boom."
Set your phone into "discovery" or "pairing" mode. Open the Bluetooth settings or options on your phone and choose to add a new device.
Select the "H700" on the phone when it finishes searching for Bluetooth devices.
Enter the passkey for the headset, which is "0000," to finish syncing the headset with your phone.
1.Switch on the bluetooth on your phone.
2.Open the headset boom to initiate easy pairing. After a few moments, the indicator light will be steadily lit in purple to indicate
headset is in pairing mode..Motorola H700 will be detected.
3.Go to handsfree and select 'look for devices'.
4.Select Motorola H700.Select Yes to bond. Enter the passkey 0000 and select OK.
The Motorola H700 has Bluetooth v1.2 which is backward compatible with v1.1. The headset works with both Hands-free and Headset profiles and is easy to pair with devices running various operating systems and software. We tested the headset with the Motorola SLVR, Palm Treo 650, the Nokia 9500, the Cingular 8125 and the Cingular 2125, and the headset paired with all devices with ease. To pair the Motorola, turn off the headset first then hold the Call button until the LED ring turns purple, quickly open the boom so that the LED stays solid purple, the headset is now in pairing mode. Use your mobile phone to discover and pair with the headset using “0000” as the default pass code. Call handling between the phone and the headset transferred smoothly and the headset will play notification or a ring tone when a call comes in. When working with the Treo 650, the H700 has an uncomfortably long delay in notifying an incoming call. It starts to ring after the Treo 650 has already ringed 2-3 times. The connection between the phone and the headset is solid. When we paired the Treo 650 to both the Motorola H700 and the Parrot 322 car kit, we can pick up calls on either one and the Motorola H700 worked reliably in this set up. Hope I helpedDr Reed